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Array Networks Array TM-X
Array Networks has added two new solutions to its TM-X traffic-management product line: the TM-X 2000, for up to 4,000 concurrent SSL connections at 100 Mbps; and the TM-X 4000, for up to 32,000 concurrent SSL connections at 750 Mbps. Both are available with either two standard ports or up to six Ethernet ports. Using Array's TM 6.0 OS, which includes policy-based routing and port/link redundancy, the TM-X 2000 and 4000 offer Layer 4-7 load balancing, caching, security features, content compression, link-load balancing and clustering. $9,995. Array Networks, (408) 378-6800. www.arraynetworks.net
Logicube's latest handheld drive duplicator features fast one-to-one duplication in a lightweight design. The product touts the ability to clone any hard drive running any operating system at nearly 1 GB per minute using the USB connection. It allows for connectivity via USB, SATA, IDE and parallel port, and supports optional CloneCard ProT for quick PCMCIA access to laptops. Users can reformat the master drive; add or remove files; back up content; and resize, reorder, delete or add master drive partitions. The device lets you select up to 24 partitions per drive for copying. $1,895. Logicube, (888) 494-8832. www.logicube.com
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